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JSTOR helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations. JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization that also includes Ithaka S+R and Portico. For more information about JSTOR, please contact email@example.com. TITHABLBS OP PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, 1767. 271 TTTHABLES OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, 1767. (Contributed by Mrs. N. E. Clement, Chatham, Va.) (Concluded from p. 192.) Tithes Land SwinfieldHill Austin Shot Thomas Shoat John Vanbibber Henson McDonal Francis McGuier. John McGuier Thomas Carter. John McGuier Jr. Merry McGuier. Paul Henson John Henson William Henson James Standeford William Murphy._ Miller Dogget Richard Hough Joshua Barton._ David Barton Isaac Barton William Ferguson Thomas Miller & William Sumers Francis Bird Andrew Ferguson Joseph Rentfro „ Robert Jones, Thomas Jones & Henry Jones .... John Jones 150 400 113 107 3 1 240 280 520 400 272 VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. Robert Jones Jr. Philip Smith William Cook John Fushon _ James Rentfro jr James Rentfro Sen, Joseph Rentfro & Peter Rentfro 3 Veath Dilingham & negro Jeany 2 Peter Vanbibber, jr 1 Isaac Vanbibber 1 Mack Foster Sen 1 Richard Pearis's tithes are, William Lowry, negroes: Jack, Harry, Jeany, Hannah & Silviah 6 Anthony Litle Christopher Lackenair John Meadly John Dilingham _ James Lamb William Webb John Ramsey Joshua Weaver & Isaac Weaver.— Holden McGee Edward Richards William Dilingham & Joshua Dilingham Amos Richardson & negro Moll Benj. Jenkins.. Robert Tormet John Hall Francis Farley.- Wm. Heard, George Heard & Wm. Beans Thomas Bird Richard Shoat Jeremiah Muray John Stevenson. John Callaway, negroes Flemen, Asher, Nan &Nell 5 Abraham Motley & negro Peter. — 2 220 150 610 225 600 100 200 170 200 230 140 93 150 300 200 400 526 500 TITHABLES OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, 1767. 273 Stephen Heard & Jesse Heard 2 460 Hugh Innes, James Parberry, negroes Juba, Keat&Peat John Heard Stephen Heard jr. Lewes Jenkins & negro Jack._ John Justice Constable William Henson William Witcher (28) & negro Sawney William Keeny James Wade Daniel McKenzie William Atkinson & Owen Atkinson John Good jr Joseph Deal Richard Shockley Daniel Witcher. _ David Dalton & Benj. Dalton Samuel Paterson John Witcher..... Robt Dalton, John Dalton & Robt Dalton jr.... John Dalton _ Richard Walding, John Walding & negroes Jed, Jeffry, Greace, Phoebe & Lucy. Richard Adkinson William Lawson __ William Hodges & Thomas Neville John Hensley. David Polly James Dalton. Henry Atkinson Jacob Seartin James Stewart & James Stewart jr.— Arch Graham & negro Robin (28.) William Witcher took the oath of Vestryman 1768. Was mem- ber of County Committee of Safety. Appointed Captain of Militia in 1775. Commanded a Company of Militia in Indian Expedition of 1776. When the Regiment under Col. Christian pushed on into Tenn., a force of 200 men were left under the command of Capt. Witcher to guard Fort Patrick Henry. (Pittsylvania Pension Papers). 5 1245 1 165 1 247 2 1250 100 1 2 100 1 190 1 1 2 200 1 600 1 1 50 1 191 2 650 1 1687 1 190 3 30 45 7 500 1 50 1 76 2 1 150 1 65 1 1 2 2 750 274 VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. George Philige, Thom. Lawrence, John Blackes- ley, negroes Tobias, Robin, Tom, Madey, Betty John Hunsman Richard Remington John Heard. William Beams __ William Graham Nicholas Alley John Willis Benjamine Griffith Jonathan Davis... Jacob Adkinson Edward Wade & negro Pegg. David Wade._ _ _.._ William Tyrie _ Jacob Stober._ Jeremiah Stober William Hodges _ Sherwood Adkins Thomas Potter _.._ John Simons Bragan Prunty & Robt Prunty Benj Dunkin John Anderson Richard Perryman & negro Billiak John Midleton _ Nathaniel Evans Hezekiah Pigg Adam Stilts Signed (29.) John Wimbish, a justice of peace & vestryman for Pittsylvania County. There is an order Calendar of State Papers that "the enemy (British) having returned from Dan River, Mr. Wm. McCaw is appointed to that station, and to keep his principal post at Wimbish's stores at Peytonsburg." 8 1 1 1 1 298 1 635 1 1 130 1 1 2 200 1 326 1 1 1 1 1 1 400 1 150 2 1 2 1 315 1 1 Hugh Innes.